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Bulgaria Ranks First in Stroke Mortality

Cerebrovascular disease is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Bulgaria is one of the first places in this respect. The mortality rate from strokes is 270.1 for men and 265.1 for women per 100,000 population. In Bulgaria, about 82,398 cases of cerebrovascular diseases are registered annually, of which 35,311 cases are strokes.

Bulgarians who Had COVID, established by Antigen Test, can Download “Green Pass” on Monday

From Monday, October 25, all Bulgarian citizens who have suffered from COVID-19 and have registered in the National Health Information System a positive result from an antigen test, can download their "green certificate" from

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Queues for Quick Tests in Front of Restaurants in Sofia

Sofia restaurants are already open after 11 pm without restrictions and in compliance with the requirements of the health authorities. The owners offer a new service to their customers - quick tests for coronavirus. Last night they were free, but from today those who want to have fun, without evening hours, now have to pay 10 leva for a test.

Bulgarian Health Minister: For Now, a Full Lockdown in the Country is Not Necessary

The measures proposed by the chief state health inspector will be discussed on Monday at an extraordinary meeting of an extended panel of the expert council, caretaker Minister Stoycho Katsarov told the media. He assured that a complete lockdown in the country - everything closed and people staying at home, is not necessary for now.

Chronic Patients of Romania Alliance: Political factor endangering lives of patients

The Alliance of Chronic Patients of Romania (APCR) states that the current political crisis "deepens" the situation in healthcare and the chronic patient of Romania remains without treatment, and those most affected are cancer patients and HIV/AIDS patients.

GCS: 51 new cases of infection with SARS-CoV-2, more than 17,800 tests carried out in 24hrs

A number of 51 new cases of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 have been recorded in the past 24 hours, over 27,800 tests performed, the Strategic Communication Group reported on Tuesday. These are cases that have not previously had a positive test.